Joy asked, Looking through the patterns, I don’t always see instructions for what size thread to use. How do I …
I promissed I would eventually explain “Cellebrate the butterfly!” Well, here is what it is all about. Learning and struggling and tatting and becoming a new person.
Here’s a lovely idea from Craftaholics Anonymous to frame little hearts for decoration. How about framing tatted hearts, snowflakes, or other motifs. Take a look and see what this idea leads you to.
What are your tatting goals for 2012? Here are a few of mine.
Recently I sent out a call for all of you to share your best ever tatting project. Take a look at the pretty projects people shared.
Do you need gift ideas for that special tatter in your life? Or do you need a less-than-subtle hint for your holiday gift giver? Here are my top 10 gift ideas for 2011.
Share a picture or story of your best tatting ever, and see what others have done. Whether you’re a new tatter and only have three lumpy rings to choose from, or have been tatting for forty years, I hope you participate.
Make a fabric journal for your tatted treasures. Take a look at this journal and explore what it inspires you to create.
My brief musings on tatting, knotting and designing.
Make a magic wand with this handy tutorial, then decorate it with a tatted star. You’ll have the best magic wand on the block!
In this first of a new series of posts, I’ve got a real treat for you. A gorgeous display of calligraphy letters to inspire new ways to show off your tatting.
A brief explanation of several basic tatting terms. Focus is on terms used so far in the Absolute Beginner Tatting Series.